One event; Two looks #weddingbehaviour

My love for fashion and clothes was definitely helped by me coming from an African background. People will take any occasions to show out and a wedding is the ULTIMATE
 look-at-me-i'm-flyyy event. 

The most important thing to remember is:
And being the procrastinator that I am, that became an issue for me. 

 L O O K # 1 : : : : 

The bride provided us with an african wax (fabric) to create a dress that was be mandatory for church. 

I had a few ideas in my mind but decided to keep it classy, simple and timeless. That is how, with the help of my mom's tailoress that I was able to achieve my first creation EVER. 
Even though walking in that dress was @$&#!^& , I absolutely fell in love with the fitting and the way it was hugging my curves

Customed-made dress
Mango Clutch
Zara Heels 

L O O K # 2 : : : 
I wanted to create a statuesque imagery and was looking for something timeless. 

Snatched an AMAZING steal at the BCBG Outlet in Montreal      (400$ down to 107$ #heyyyyyyyy) 

It was all I wanted: classy, simple and timeless. 
The open side gave me the little sexy that I was looking for and the one-shoulder kept it graceful  

BCBG Dress
Steve Madden Shoes 

\(I may look like an angel but that was really how it went down (see below pic))


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